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Game Boy Advance
Electronic Arts
Amaze Entertainment
UPC: 14633151305

E: Crude Humor, Mild Violence, Suggestive Themes

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Loose Value:
US  $5.60
Complete Value:
US  $9.15
New Value:
US  $19.99
  6/10 Rare

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The Sims 2 Box Description

In The Sims 2, you can control your Sims over an entire lifetime for the first time. With the addition of genetics, the game lets your Sims pass their DNA down through generations. Every life choice you make has a relevant and dramatic effect on the lifetime of your Sim. Now it's up to you to take your Sims from the cradle to the grave, while fulfilling their dreams and pushing them to extremes.


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The Sims 2 Review by: Skilledtree - 9.5/10

The Sims 2 (GBA) Skilled Review
The Sims 2 (GBA) Skilled Review

I haven't ever played this game until now, and was somewhat expecting a more.. "Sims" like experience. Turned out to be completely different, and it's not bad! When judging all aspects of the game, I took into account the year of release and what other games were doing at this time. I believe that this will make the following review fair and honest. For a video version of this review, please check the Vizzed Videos section of The Sims 2 (GBA).


The graphics showcased in this game are great! I always like to find cons before pros, but this game did great. The walking sprites, still sprites, textures, theme, and the animations are awesome. They even do little introductions for the episodes, which is a neat touch. You may be a little surprised on how things react to you, which we'll talk about later. I tried hard to find something I didn't like graphics wise, but was unsuccessful in my mission to do so.

The sound is just as good as the graphics. You'll notice immediately that the soundtrack is unique and very good. Remember how I said that things react to you with the graphics? That's true for sound too, but I will talk about that later. All sound effects are done very well, and it fits the theme perfectly. An often overlooked feature for the day of the handheld was the ability to change volume levels (lower music, higher SFX, etc). This game provides the choice to change these values, which is ironic since it's one of the game I wouldn't change the sound level for.


The game features multiple levels, about 16 base levels in all. They can also be changed with plot twists, for enhanced replay ability. The episodic set up allows for a person to play a few episodes at a time, good for the "on-the-go" mission of the time. There's a good amount of unlockables and what not, to keep you motivated to keep coming back. I'm not sure that I'd play the game again after beating all episodes, but I can definitely see how someone would be interested in doing so.

You start the game, and you create your own character in typical simulation fashion. You pick your aspiration, and you're thrown in there. The game has many different unlockables for different things. Social interaction can be influenced on what you choose. For instance, being friendly will work on some, while being intimidating will fail miserably on some. Sometimes the unlockable emotes will be more effective than others. There's hidden items to be found, and all around a good amount of secrets to figure out. The story itself supports the depth, and really works well with everything that goes on.

The characters themselves have depth, and feature different personalities! You'll interact with people who love motorcycles, a guy who refuses to move from in front of your house, and the occasional alien on of course. Each of them can be interacted with in varying ways, making the encounters unique.

Remember when I said about the graphics and sounds interacting with the player? Just to show how much depth this game actually has, they added pretty neat things. When you walk on the street, you'll notice pretty early that the birds will actually react and fly away. When you walk near the bar, you'll actually hear the electricity from the sign. There's many more examples, but these are early ones you can relate to noticing.  These add to the immersive and stunning depth the game provides.

It will start off crazy. You'll be thrown into the game, quickly finding out that you're actually on a T.V. show. Yes, you're a star, and you're the only one who knows you're actually being filmed. You'll be told by the director certain objectives, or as the game calls them, "plot points," which will lead you through what you need to do. Your goal is to find secrets, do the plot points, and earn great ratings! Think of the rating as your score, which can also be used to purchase new emotes, plot twists, and more! It's hard to talk about too much without spoiling, but the story is solid and wacky. It works, even if it's nuts.

The game is actually difficult for me to rate in terms of difficulty. It doesn't feel difficult, but it may require you to think once in awhile. The game is explained well, and you have a good general idea of what's going on at all times. If you're playing for fun, it would be easy with a touch of difficulty to provide a bit of challenge and reward. If playing to complete every aspect of the game (perfect ratings?), then yeah, it may get a little more difficult and/or tedious.

This is not the same game as the Sims for your personal computer, but it is still a fun game. I'm almost a bit disappointed I didn't get this game as a child.

The graphics are fantastic, can't find anything to complain about, therefore it's an easy 10.
Graphics: 10 / 10

The sound is very well done, especially with the little effects sprinkled throughout the game. Soundtrack is great. Even gives you the option to manage the sound volumes! It earns a 10.
Sound: 10 / 10

It definitely provides replay value for those who seek it. The unlockables may cause you to want to keep playing, and will offer incentive to come back for sure! I can see someone playing the game many times. I personally like the episodic system, but at the same time I don't know about playing certain missions again.
Addictiveness: 8 / 10

There's depth. There's a lot of depth. It's literally everywhere. It's in everything. It's a 10. I don't know what else I could summarize on depth.
Depth: 10 / 10

The story is wacky, but it works very well with the game. It makes sense (sometimes) and the story is essentially the game itself. Without the story, the game probably would make almost no sense at all, which is a good thing (the story did its job). Episodic system was great for the play-on-the-go mission of the time, and overall it's well done. It's still crazy, but well done.
Story: 9 / 10

This game's difficulty really won't have an effect on the overall score, simply because I couldn't figure out what I should value its difficulty at. I found it easy but with a slight challenge for balanced game play. I'm dropping a 6 because I feel like that's where I'd land at if I thought about it for another hour.
Difficulty: 6 / 10

Overall, the game was surprisingly fun. No seriously, I was surprised I had fun playing this. It had many different cool things, animated cut scenes, episode introductions, variable game play, the works. Not much bad to say about the game, so we'll give it a 9.5 / 10.
Overall: 9.5 / 10 (Boosted score from 9.4 to 9.5 due to story being a debatable 10)

If you're interested in trying a game that is completely different from the rest of the pack, give it a try! If you want a reason why, read the review again. It's good. Thanks for reading Vizzed!
  Graphics 10   Sound 10   Addictive 8   Depth 10   Story 9   Difficulty 6

The Sims 2 Game Description

Welcome to Strangetown! The Sims 2 for Game Boy Advance is inspired by the weird town in the original PC game, but this time you're in a "reverse" reality show. Daddy Bigbucks (the villain from the game's prequel, The Urbz) is secretly filming a reality TV show in Strangetown, and pushes your own Sim to mix things up for the cameras.

You'll make friends and enemies, have romances, play minigames (some of which are thinly disguised as fictional commercial breaks), and participate in 11 standalone episodes, each with their own plots and situations. In one episode, you might be dealing with Don Fusilli and his mob, in another episode you might be battling lady bugs after being shrunk down to the size of a bug by a homebrewed cola.

Overall, the game is less of a simulation and more of a quirky adventure game through a colorful desert town.

The Sims 2 Reviews

Overall 8.1    Graphics 7.4    Sound 6.9    Addictive 6.1    Story 5.4    Depth 6    Difficulty 4.4

The Sims 2 (GBA) Skilled Review   Skilledtree
It's different, but is that bad?...
  Graphics 10   Sound 10   Addictive 8   Story 9   Depth 10   Difficulty 6

      Review Rating: 5/5     Submitted: 10-01-15     Review Replies: 1

The Sim's on a GBA?   Melancholy
I have always wondered how a Sims game would be on a Game Boy Advance and lots of other people ...
  Graphics 9   Sound 7   Addictive 8   Story 9   Depth 7   Difficulty 4

      Review Rating: 4.2/5     Submitted: 08-17-11     Review Replies: 2

A okay GBA game with the title "The Sims 2"   pi0x
Even thought that this version of the Sims obviously doesn’t quite match up to the PC version...
  Graphics 8   Sound 6   Addictive 6   Story 5   Depth 6   Difficulty 3

      Review Rating: 4/5     Submitted: 10-01-11     Review Replies: 1

Sims 2 GBA-Not the same   Blue_Dust
Many here were positive,I'm not!When I played Sims 2 I was expecting something amazing like in Sims ...
  Graphics 8   Sound 8   Addictive 5   Story 2   Depth 4   Difficulty 3

      Review Rating: 4/5     Submitted: 08-27-11     Review Replies: 0

Sims 2 Gba   jts0424
Let me just say this was the first Sims game I ever played that I would have to rate low let me go o...
  Graphics 3   Sound 5   Addictive 4   Story 2   Depth 3   Difficulty 5

      Review Rating: 4/5     Submitted: 06-05-13     Review Replies: 1

The Sims 2 GBA Review   Bintsy
I have played so many different versions of the Sims 2 but GBA is quite interesting yet the same com...
  Graphics 9   Sound 7   Addictive 9   Story 7   Depth 8   Difficulty 7

      Review Rating: 4/5     Submitted: 07-30-14     Updated: 07-30-14     Review Replies: 2

??? this is not the sims   rnfoxtrot
Let me start and say that this is not Sims, you Mack a good game like the Sims and make a RPG out of...
  Graphics 5   Sound 5   Addictive 3   Story 4   Depth 4   Difficulty 3

      Review Rating: 3.3/5     Submitted: 07-18-12     Review Replies: 1

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Ultimatone 07-05-15 - 03:55 PM
 I just don't like this game as much as the other sims games.
brightmarie 05-04-15 - 06:34 PM
 I like the other sims game for gameboy advanced but this one is boring and I don't like it that you can't see the needs bar.
Davideo7 01-07-15 - 05:23 PM
 This game has great music.
Fuji086 09-19-14 - 04:16 PM
 It allright
darkx12121 07-11-14 - 12:19 PM
 pc one is better
gotensaberit 05-10-14 - 03:09 AM
 the desert is down or left in the screen at your house
asdren 03-20-14 - 09:08 AM
 Beatiful game
whovian42 03-16-14 - 04:16 PM
 where is the desert?
tristantttt 03-08-14 - 06:40 PM
 da sims yay i like da sims
mpsorcerer 12-28-13 - 09:29 PM
 im 10 years old :D
mpsorcerer 12-28-13 - 09:28 PM
 you can get the breifcase at the desert next to the car with a x on it
Migos 12-22-13 - 01:03 PM
 how do I make the screen bigger
SUX2BU 10-24-13 - 06:24 PM
 Well, think about it. The sims games were originally for adults. This is a kid's game, so naturally, if you like the PC games, you won't like the GBA games (this one, at least).
disneydiva86 09-09-13 - 12:01 PM
 This just wasn't my cup of tea. Nothing good to say, nothing bad either. Try it out; what've you got to lose? :)
chargrkat 09-08-13 - 03:39 PM
 where do you get the breafcase? please someone tell meeeeeeee plz
xSonic090xx 08-23-13 - 06:45 PM
 This game sucks...I hate to admit it but it really SUCKS SO MUCH.Sims + Classic Pixels = BAD!
16bitman725 08-14-13 - 10:26 PM
 U shut ur face this game is boss!!!
doggymovie 08-04-13 - 04:44 PM
 where the fu is don fusili
EchoHayashi 08-03-13 - 05:38 PM
 Oh god... I hate it when people compare this game, or any of the other GBA games, to Sims 3 and have the audacity to say "WOW! EA has really grown! The graphics on this were so bad. This isn't the Sims." GBA wasn't meant to work like a PC, Sorry.
golla123 07-25-13 - 07:10 PM
 i hate the digging and crap :L
Jordanv78 06-09-13 - 08:20 PM
 This game is like 8 years old on a handheld, of course the newer PC versions going to be better.
misskitty9990 06-09-13 - 03:41 PM
 this game sucks... @__@
misskitty9990 06-09-13 - 03:39 PM
 wow the sims on the computer is so much better the sims ppl have rlly improved!
lorraine 05-25-13 - 04:47 PM
 how do I get this game to start? I can only get as far as the language selection
Starbreeze 05-08-13 - 11:24 PM
 I like Sims 3 so much more. But, this game is still fun, I like it! :P That's because it's so...simplistic?